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Accademic year 2008-2009

University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

  • Latin America: Themes and Problems (AM101) 

Within this team taught module I was responsible for lecturing on the history of modern Mexico. My two lectures covered the second half of the nineteenth century (Mexico I: from the Porfiriato to the Revolution) and the Mexican Revolution up to the 1940s (Mexico II: the forging of a new nation). As a seminar tutor, I was in charge of two discussion groups meeting fortnightly throughout the year, besides guiding the discussion my responsibilities included marking three formative essays for each student, and providing them with advice and feedback on the writing and research process through individual tutorials. AM101 is a first year core module for undergraduate students in the School of Comparative American Studies, it is also opened, as an option module, for first, second and third year students in the undergraduate programmes within the History Department.

For more information visit the module's page: AM101 Latin America: Themes and Problems.

Summer term 2008

University of Warwick, Coventry, UK.

  • Spanish for students of English (and joint honours students) / Introduction to reading Latin American Poetry

As a seminar tutor, during the first four weeks of the summer term of 2008, I taught an introduction to thorough reading and interpreting of Latin American poetry to first year English Literature, English and Theatre Studies, and German Studies undergraduate students. My seminars focused on the work of the Cuban poet Nicolás Guillén.

For more information visit the module's page: LL106 Spanish for English Literature.

Spring semester 2006

Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas (CIDE), Mexico City, Mexico.

  • History of Mexico I.

From January to June 2006 I taught first year undergraduates from CIDE's programmes in Economics, Law, and Political Science. The module, designed by myself, covered roughly two centuries of Mexican history from the late seventeenth century to the first years of Porfirio Diaz's rule in the last quarter of the nineteenth century and required the students to read primary sources. I received a note of 8.6 out of 10 from the students' evaluation and CIDE's History Division asked me to teach another module the following semester.

You can download the Spanish version of this Module's outline here(PDF Document)

Academic year 2004-2005

Comunidad Educativa Tomás Moro, Mexico City, Mexico.

  • Themes of Contemporary World Affairs:

From August 2004 to June 2005 I taught high school seniors at Comunidad Educativa Tomás Moro. The module aimed at making them conscious of the most relevant social and political issues facing both Mexico and the World. My teaching was evaluated by students with a 4.3 out of 5 mark and I was offered to teach the same module the following year.

José de la Mota. Alegoría del Nuevo Mundo.

Allegory of the New World, José de la Mota, 17th Century, Mexico.